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Toome Canal

Co Antrim
Toome Canal

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A 2km long walk to the shores of Lough Neagh, along the banks of Toome Canal.

Start Point:
H990906

Finish Point:
H990906

Route:
From the parking area, walk south towards the loughshore along the banks of Toome Canal. To your right are the remains of the old railway bridge over the Bann. As you continue towards the loughshore, you pass, again to your right, some of the Lower Bann sluice gates. The path soon reaches the shores of Lough Neagh. To finish this short walk, simply retrace your steps along the canal bank to the parking area or follow the loop to the right, back to the car park.

Distance:
1.2 miles

Terrain:
Off road paths

Point of interest:
Wide panoramic views over Lough Neagh

Facilities:
Information panels are available along the walk. From the car park, it is only a 10 minute walk into the town centre, where there are public toilets and shops where you can purchase refreshments.

Publication:
Antrim Borough: A Walking Guide

Publication availability:
The leaflet is free of charge and available from Antrim Information Centre or by contacting the Countryside Recreation Officer at Antrim Borough Council on 028 9446 3113.

Nearest town:
Toome

OS map:
Sheet 14

Accessible terrain:
Off road paths

Facilities

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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